Besides my on-air duties, I also wear a couple of other hats ... like Assistant Program and Music Director. What that basically means, is that I've had something to do with anything you hear on Fresh 100's airwaves. So if there's something you'd like to hear or NOT hear - please let me know! You can call me at 313-298-1003.
I’m proud to be a Michigander! I love our beautiful seasons, the sincerity and determination of our natives, the hometown-feel of our neighborhood businesses. I grew up listening to
I'm presently Fresh 100's Assistant Program and Music Director. Besides my on-air shift Monday through Friday from 10am to 2pm, I also can be heard on various commercials on radio stations in metro
Outside of the station, I enjoy spending time with my family making memories that will last a lifetime. You might find us on the infield at a Nascar race or Willowrun airshow, at a charity walk, horsebackriding or spending the day at a Metropark. We’re huge animal lovers and readily adopt elderly pets to love and spoil.
I’m truly thankful for the opportunity I’m allowed every day to play great music and share stories about our fabulous communities. Thanks for being a part of our Fresh 100 radio family!
Imagine you're a waitress, out with friends on a night off, when you lose your wallet. Cash, credit cards, driver's license—all gone. Your bank later informs you that checks are being issued in your name.
It's a pain, but you carry on. Two weeks later, you're at work when four people walk in and sit in your section. They start ordering drinks. You ask to see their IDs. A woman in the group hands a driver's license to you. You look down, and it's yours.
That is precisely what police in Colorado say happened to Brianna Priddy, a server at a Lakewood Applebee's.
Priddy, though, didn't panic.
"I handed it back to her and said, 'Sure, I'll be right back with your margarita,'" she told Denver's NBC affiliate.
Priddy called the police, and tried to act normal while waiting for them to arrive.
"I put on my server smile and tried to take care of them, but I was shaking like crazy," she said.
When police arrived, the woman, whose name has not been released, was arrested on suspicion of theft, identity theft and criminal impersonation. Police also found narcotics in her possession.
"Dumb criminal," Lakewood police spokesman Steve Davis told Denver's 9NEWS. "That's the first thing that comes to mind."